Do employee-owned companies make for happier workers?

Jen Hubley Luckwaldt •
The Simple Dollar
Happy Employees

Your boss would love for you to feel like you have a stake in the company. After all, loyal employees put in longer hours, produce better work, and stick around for more years than those whose feelings about the organization can be summed up with a resounding, “Meh.” There’s just one problem: With job security a thing of

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Voluntary benefits becoming more ingrained at companies: report

Karen Talley •
FierceCEO

An increasing number of U.S. employers now consider voluntary benefits a necessary part of their core employee benefits strategy rather than a perk or a reward, a study says. High up on employers’ lists are student loan repayment assistance and financial planning services, but also being contemplated are identify theft protection, pet insurance, long-term care

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How does it look when an entire business is remote?

Guest Contributor •
TechBullion

Remote work is becoming more and more common: according to a recent Gallup study, 43% of American employees work at least some of the time remotely. The rise of remote work has produced entirely remote workplaces, where employees communicate and coordinate from their personal computers. These all-remote businesses face both drawbacks and advantages. Lowered Overhead

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